The Surreal Landscapes of Lanzarote


The otherworldly landscapes of Lanzarote were created by volcanic eruptions in the 1700’s and provide breathtaking seascape views.

Crossroads at Dawn

Crossroads at Dawn-2

Standing on the beach at dawn is peaceful and reassuring.  I love how the “little fork in the road” leads to the horizon and beyond.  The choices and possibilities of a new day.

Maui Hawaii

Maui Hawaii

Could not take my eyes off of this spellbinding view.  The geographic formations were fascinating and held my attention for hours.  I began to imagine scenarios between the inhabitants of this village and their relationship to these mountains . . . probably the subject of another post!

Dubai Desert

Dubai Desert

Stuck in the sand?  Tires spinning endlessly?  Time to start digging?  Perfect opportunity to photograph these glorious desert sand dunes?   Yes, yes, yes, yes!

Honningsvåg, Norway

Honningsvag, Norway

I loved the brightly painted wooden buildings scattered throughout the town, all bathed in the mysterious summertime light of the Midnight Sun. Surrounded by breathtaking fjords and waterfalls, and areas of dense forest,  Honningsvåg is the gateway port for travelers visiting the almost legendary Nordkapp (North Cape), second most northerly point in Europe.

Green Lagoon of Lanzarote

Green Lagoon of Lanzarote

Lanzarote, Canary Islands
El Golfo and the Green Lagoon are among the most spectacular and bizarre landscape phenomenons I have ever experienced.  El Golfo is a volcanic crater flooded by seawater.  In the cove,  the sea water has become trapped in the form of a lake and turned a striking acidic green, due to the algae which lives there. The Green Lagoon contrasts with a black pebble beach and wind eroded cliffs and rock formations in the background.


Bergen Norway

Have been off the grid for a while. It’s good to be back!